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Katia: Specifically speaking, what types of services do you offer?
Monica: Well Katia, what happens is people call me. The first step before we go shopping and we do anything is basically a wardrobe evaluation. We got to find out what we have in your closet before we go shopping. But the steps aren’t quite simple, I offer the wardrobe information, I need to asses what you have, see what works, what doesn’t work and then after that we create a list of the things you’re missing to compliment your wardrobe.
This is one service, wardrobe evaluation. The other one would be a shopping trip where we’re going to be out there looking for the things we’re missing to compliment what you already have.
So a wardrobe evaluation and a shopping trip could take two to three hours to have a successful result. On average, it’s about two to three hours in order to find everything you need. Because we are not going to be able to find everything you need in just one store. We might need to go to a couple of stores and to get accessories, the tops, the bottoms, everything you’re missing.
I also have clients; they do not like shopping at all they just cant do it. So what I do I go to the store buy everything, bring all the stocking to their home and we do this at home.
So you know I kind of tailored all my services based on the deeds you have. You could host a party in your house, invite a couple of friends, I’ll come in, you guys bring like 10 to 15 pieces of thing that you do not know what to do and I’m going to be there teaching you what you can do about those pieces. So we start a party.
Besides that, I also give conferences and seminars to companies and organizations on how to project the right impression. Not just to get the job you want but to be successful at your field, to achieve your goals. To use your wardrobe as a strategic marketing tool to get what you want.